Hitchens made such a good point when he talked about the immorality of vicarious redemption. How wrong it is to punish another person, an innocent person,to watch them suffer and die for your responsibilities. To accept this as the moral base, to honor the system that promotes this as the most important virtue is immorality itself. Scapegoating, an ancient middle eastern concept. The belief that placing the ills of the tribe on the back of a Goat and driving it into the Desert to die therefore removing the responsibility of the people. This is the base of the christian belief. Admiring the man willing to gut his kid because the boss wanted him to prove his loyalty. Commanded to love the boss more than you love your own children. One of the most morally void systems ever known. It is that simple.
Morally - with reference to the principles of right and wrong behavior:
Your illogical observation may be because you do not understand simple "right and wrong".
What is considered Right and wrong is best viewed in light of a principle, rule or law, moral then is how well a person adheres to those imposed rights and wrongs.
Rules and laws can be arbitrary, a matter of opinion.
You are viewing the "rights and wrongs" of others compared to your opinionated arbitrary ideals of right and wrong. Whereas, to say that they are the "...most morally void systems ever ..." is incorrect. It is a system of rules such as the loyality rule of killing one's own son to show loyality within that system to that boss that has and enforces those rules.
Clashing of "rights and wrongs" very well happens when one person or system imposes it's "rights and wrongs" onto others for such as control, power and "authority" reasons.